* 2013 U.S. Intercollegiate Top Medalist
* Golfweek National Player of the Week (April 1, 2013)
Paul Barjon started his TCU career off quickly, helping lead the Horned Frogs into the national top 10 and an appearance at the NCAA Championship ... was one of five Frogs ranked among the nation's top-115 golfers, finishing the season at No. 115 in the Golfweek/Sagarin performance index ... was No. 106 in the final Golfstat Cup standings ... concluded the spring listed No. 65 in the R&A World Amateur Golf Ranking and No. 82 in the Scratch Players world list ... climbed to a high position of No. 50 on the R&A chart ... ranks fourth on the team in score versus par (0.97) and season stroke average (72.44; tie) ... was third on the team in spring stroke average of 71.73 ... posted the first individual victory of his TCU career with a one-shot win at the U.S. Intercollegiate at Stanford (-11) ... recorded the three best rounds of his college career during the victory, including back-to-back rounds of 66 to open the event ... followed with another 66 on the opening day of the NCAA Pullman Regional for a career-best streak of five straight sub-70 rounds ... finished just outside the top 10 in Pullman, tying for 11th place ... earned five top-20 finishes overall and placed in the top 25 in five of his last six events ... prior to the Stanford victory, his best result was a tie for eight place at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate ... posted five sub-70 scores in 32 rounds while finishing below par 10 times ... tied for 93rd place at the NCAA Championship ... was forced to sit out three of TCU's spring competitions due to a nagging hand injury: the Morris Williams Intercollegiate, dual match versus Georgia Tech and the Big 12 Championship ... joined TCU teammate Julien Brun in representing France at the 2012 World Amateur Team Championship in Antalya, Turkey ... placed 53rd individually to help the squad earn a third-place finish at the event.
Paul Barjon joined TCU as a heralded recruit from New Caledonia who made headlines as a junior on the international amateur circuit ... arrived on campus listed at No. 105 in the R&A World Amateur Rankings ... is considered a French national, as New Caledonia is a French province located in the Pacific ... reached the Round of 16 at the 2012 British Amateur before being eliminated by the eventual champion the summer prior to enrolling at TCU ... the European Amateur showing concluded a strong spring that saw him place among the top-5 finishers at each of the five stroke-play events in which he participated ... won both the Scottish Open Amateur and the stroke-play portion of the Italian Amateur, in addition to finishing fourth place in the Lytham Trophy, one of the top annual European amateur events ... posted several victories as a junior on the French national scene, including the 2011 French Club Team Championship, the 2010 Grand Prix of Baron and the 2009 New Caledonia Amateur Championship ... in addition to his success in France and New Caledonia, also competed internationally ... placed fourth at the 2010 Doral Junior Championship in Miami, Fla. and was a quarterfinalist at the Internationals of Italy in 2011 before signing his National Letter of Intent to play for TCU in November 2011 ... placed 27th at the 2011 European Amateur held in Finland ... has spent time with the French national team and French junior squad ... selected to represent France along with TCU teammate Julien Brun at the 2012 World Amateur Championship in Turkey ... the squad finished third at the World event.
HIGH SCHOOL Barjon attended secondary school at Lycée Polyvalent in Antibes, France.
OFF THE COURSE Barjon is the son of Paul and Marie Barjon ... has a brother, Louis ... an arts and sciences pre-major.